From Reason :
Voters in Ohio and Alabama on Tuesday chose to make their states’ respective cash bail systems more stringent, electing in different ways to enshrine a dangerousness standard when determining a defendant’s suitability for release before trial…
Despite New Jersey’s success in offering a prototype for reforming cash bail while protecting public safety, the debate has become increasingly politicized. Many reformers say  that a dangerousness standard is racist, while law-and-order politicians are likely to present  any bail reform as a driver of violent crime.
The answer is more nuanced than either major political party would want their base to believe.
- “Reason”: https://reason.com/2022/11/08/tough-on-crime-cash-bail-initiatives-win-in-ohio-and-alabama/
- “say”: https://www.rstreet.org/2022/04/07/a-tale-of-two-cities-bail-reform-in-new-jersey-as-a-model-for-new-york/
- “present”: https://nypost.com/2022/10/13/lee-zeldin-vows-to-unilaterally-suspend-bail-reform-on-first-day-if-elected/